Happy 4th of July everyone!! Missing Atlanta and my friends in US a lot today. Hope you all enjoy some awesome fireworks x
I’m very excited to share my very first printable project to celebrate this coming 4th of July. All you need to do is to download the file, print it out, and ready to work with your hands. :) Here’s what you need: Printable Firework Rocket Pencil Topper PDF (download) Glue stick Cutting mat Craft knife Cut out the pieces along the color shape and put glue where it indicates “glue”. If you don’t feel like cutting out the star trails, you can replace it with a small piece of tissue paper. Glue all the pieces together and now you have a cute little rocket pencil topper! Hope you enjoy the post and Happy 4th of July to my American friends. xRead More
Hello, it has been a while since my last post. I have been super busy with my contract work and at the same time, I’m updating this site. You probably already notice the site design has changed and I have removed the portfolio link, i want to keep my graphic design work separated from this site which is more for art and craft, inspiration and hopefully some DIY projects.
Anyway, the one big change i have and very excited about is, I have a shop! At the moment, it only has a small selection of my handmade miniature artist’s book with wooden cover, but i promise I will add more products gradually. I’m still working on the idea of products to sell.
Here are a few things on my list i need to do before I can officially announce about my new site (I can’t wait!)
1. gohlikim logo. The one you see right now is just a place holder. I’m thinking having gohlikim written in watercolour. (done!)
2. New illustration for the front page. I want to try watercolour!
3. Adding at least 2 DIY or printable projects.
Here is it for now. I have to put my updating hat back on.Read More
The past 6 weeks i attended the botanical watercolor illustration class with Penny Gould and it was fantastic. In these 6 weeks, I’ve learned so much and I’m very pleased with my progression. The rose hips painting was from class #5 and in my last class of ivy plant drawing, Penny suggested to add it behind the rose hips. I like the rose hips painting very much and was so nervous on the whole process of adding the ivy plant because I was scared i might mess it up. It turned out nice, i’m so glad i took the challenge. Love it so much i think i might frame it. :)Read More